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Rockin' Zydeco

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Released  March 1985 (1985-03)
Artist  The Black Sorrows
Genre  Folk rock
Label  Spirit Records
Producer  Joe Camilleri
Recorded  24 November 1984, A.A.V. Studios
Rockin' Zydeco (1985)  A Place in the World (1985)
Similar  Sonola, Dear Children, The Very Best of The Black Sor, Harley and Rose, Hold On to Me

Rockin' Zydeco is the second studio album by Australian rock band The Black Sorrows. The album was released in March 1985 and consisted of most cover versions of soul and R&B songs.

Contents

The album was re-released in CD in 2002.

Background

Joe Camilleri says; "I was really into zydeco music, so I got a bunch of desperadoes together, including Steve McTaggart on violin, George Butrumlis on piano accordion, Paul Williamson on clarinet, Wayne Burt on guitar, Wayne Duncan on bass, and Gary Young on drums. We did a couple of gigs and said, Hey, let’s make a record. I’d recommend that any band do things themselves. Making a record can be as expensive or as inexpensive as you want. You can make a record on a credit card, if you want."

Track listing

CD track listing

Songs

1The Shape I'm In2:20
2Corrina Corrina2:48
3Sweet Way I'm In0:33

References

Rockin' Zydeco Wikipedia


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